Master of Science in Education (Teacher-Leader Concentration)

General

Programme Description

The program consists of 30 credit hours and can be completed in five (5) semesters. Courses are offered in a cohort setting. There is a one-semester practicum with the support of a Cooperating Administrator and Faculty Supervisor. No teacher release time is required.

The degree leads to a Teacher Leader Endorsement. It is intended for teachers who want to be a school leader other than a principal or assistant principal, such as department chairs, program leaders, curriculum specialist, and others.

For admission information, please contact
Maggie Stevenson at (815)740-3389 or mstevenson@stfrancis.edu.

For questions regarding the new program, please contact
Dr. June Grivetti at (815)740-3649 or jgrivetti@stfrancis.edu.

Educational Leadership Major (30-33 semester hours)

Required Core Courses (21 semester hours)

  • MSED 603 Instructional Leadership (3)
  • MSED 610 Methods of Educational Research (3)
  • MSED 645 Organization and Development of Curriculum (3)
  • MSED 655 Supervisory Behavior (3)
  • MSED 661 School and Community Relations (3)
  • MSED 664 Educational Organization and Administration (3)
  • MSED 670 Serving Special Populations (3)

Teacher Leader Concentration (9 semester hours)

  • MSED 674 Teacher Leader Practicum (3)
  • MSED XXX Two MSED Elective Courses (6)
Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

Serving 3,700 students nationwide, USF offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in arts, sciences, business, education, nursing, health care.

Serving 3,700 students nationwide, USF offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in arts, sciences, business, education, nursing, health care. Read Less